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Target and H&M aren't the only retailers collaborating with top designers. In the same vein of Ron Herman's partnership with L'Agence, Fred Segal has just announced that they've teamed up with menswear designer Robert Geller on a limited-edition capsule collection to be sold exclusively at their Fred Segal Man boutique in Santa Monica.
The four-piece Fred Segal Man x Robert Geller range will feature a garment-dyed Japanese denim rider jacket, a fade-dye hooded sweatshirt, a sleeveless reversible t-shirt and cropped neon Japanese denim. The release notes that NY-based Geller had been "thinking about a great collaboration for some time now and wanted to do something that felt very California, while keeping the moodiness of the Robert Geller collection." Given the colored denim and "Oceanside" reference, we'd say they've met their mark.
Check out the styles above, and shop the Fred Segal Man x Robert Geller collection (ranging from $180 to $650) at Fred Segal Man and online starting March 30.
· Robert Geller [Official Site]
· Fred Segal Man [Official Site]
· L'Agence Partners with Ron Herman on Exclusive T-Shirts [Racked]